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SBI Clerk Syllabus for Mains Exam 2018

We are hoping that your SBI Prelims exam must have gone well, but the war is still half won. You need to prepare for the Mains as well. Before starting your preparations, have a look at the detailed syllabus for SBI Clerk Mains Exam. So, go through the entire article to understand the topics asked in the SBI Clerk Mains Exam. Also, you can download it in PDF form available in this post.

Detailed Section-Wise Syllabus for SBI Clerk Mains 2018.

SBI Clerk Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

1. Simplification
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, High Scoring,
• Question asked from: BODMAS, Approximation, Decimals, Fractions, Surds & Indicies, Percentages.
2. Number Series
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Complete the series, Find the missing term, Find the wrong term.
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, Little difficult to score high.
• Questions asked from: Quantity I & Quantity II based questions, DS questions based on Number system, Average, Percentages, Ration & proportion, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Time Speed & Distance, Time & Work, Problems on Age, Mensuration, Mixtures & Alligations.
4. Data Interpretation
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Difficult, Little difficult to score high.
• Questions asked from: Line Graph, Bar Graph, Pie Charts, Tables, Miscellaneous Infographics, Missing Data Type, Caselets. Combination of any two may be asked.
5. Miscellaneous Topics
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Number System, Divisibility & Remainder, Multiples & Factors, Integers, LCM & HCF ; Average Weight/Height/Age/Marks/Money Expenditure/ Temperature; Calculation-Based basic Percentage; Simple & Compound Ratio, Componendo & Dividendo, Proportions; Simple, Compound & Mixed Interest; Successive Selling type questions, Discount & Market Price, Partnership; Permutation & Combination, Basic Selection & Arrangement, Basic problems on Probability.

SBI Clerk Syllabus for General English

• Difficulty Level: Moderate, Time Consuming, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: The topics for the RC will generally be based on Banking & Finance, Economy, Social Issue etc. Questions will be fact and interference based.
2. Grammar (Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement and Fill in the blanks)
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, Little difficult to score high.
• Questions asked from: Tense, Articles, Prepositions, Subject Verb Agreement, Parallelism, Degree of Comparison, Sentence Construction, Verbal Phrase, Pronouns, Adverbs, Non-finite Verbs, Common Errors etc.
3. Vocabulary (Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Fill in the Blanks, Phrase Replacement)
• Difficulty Level: Moderate to High, Less time consuming, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Single passages with 5-10 questions in Cloze test, Error spotting and Phrase replacement; Double Blanks in Fill in the Blanks.
4. Verbal Abilities
• Difficulty Level: Easy,Less time consuming, Very High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Para Jumbles.

SBI Clerk Syllabus for Reasoning and Computer Awareness

Reasoning
1. Coded Inequalities
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, Little difficult to score high.
• Questions asked from: Coded relation between letters to be decoded and solved.
2. Syllogisms
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, Time consuming, Little difficult to score high.
• Questions asked from: Direct questions between 2-3 statement and 2-3 conclusions, possibility based questions, negative conclusion based questions.
3. Blood Relations
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, High scoring.
• Questions asked from: Family tree, Coded Blood Relation.
4. Order & Ranking
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Arrangement in Age, height , weight, rank, order in row etc.
5. Direction & Distance
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Direction test; Speed,Distance, time test.
6. Arrangement & Pattern
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, High Scoring.
• Questions asked from: Random Alphabetic arrangements, Number arrangement, Alphabetical arrangements.
7. Coding and Decoding
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, little difficult scoring.
• Questions asked from: Analogy Coding, Letter of a word coding,  Letter shifting coding, fictitious language coding.
8. Circular Arrangement
• Difficulty Level: Moderate to High, Time Consuming, Easy to score.
• Questions asked from: clock-wise & anti clock-wise direction in circular arrangement problem; Square, rectangle, hexagonal tabular arrangement problem, may be combined with blood relations and double line-up.
9. Linear Seating Arrangement
• Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult, Time consuming, Easy to score.
• Questions asked from: people sitting in a row facing towards/away from each other. May be combined with blood relation or double line up problem.
10. Data Sufficiency
• Difficulty Level: Moderate, Time Consuming, Little difficult to score.
• Questions asked from: Order & Ranking, Blood Relations, Coding in Fictitious language, Circular Arrangement, Age and Birthdays, Direction & Distances.
11. Miscellaneous Topics
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, can score high
• Questions asked from: Scheduling, Analogy(meaning based, letter based, number based), Classification (number based, letter based, G K based), Series (complete the alphabet series, number series, mixed series)
Computer Awareness

In this topic, very easy and basic question on computer awareness will be asked. Generally 5-10 questions might be asked. Question may be asked from:

• Computer Fundamentals and terminology.
• Networking.
• Abbreviations.
• Operating System.
• Internet.
• Keyboard Shortcut.
• MS Office.
• Memory.
• Computer Software & harware.

SBI Clerk Syllabus for General Awareness/Financial Awareness

1. Current Affairs & Static GK
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, Easy to Score.
• Questions asked from: Sports, Awards & Honours, Important meeting/Summit/Conferences/Visits, Government Policies & Schemes, Art & Culture, Books & Author, Important Dates, People & Places in News, National & International Affairs, Science & technology Developments, Defense & Spacecraft.
2. Financial Awareness
• Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate, Easy to Score
• Questions asked from: Banking Awareness(including current affairs), Indian Economy, World Economy, Financial Organizations, Schemes & Policies, Important People related to Banking/Finance/Economy, Monetary Policies, Committees & Recommendations, Financial Markets, International Market, Marketing Concepts, Agreements & MoUs.

Now that you are well aware of the SBI Clerk Syllabus for Mains examination, go ahead and kick-start your preparations. Attemp more and more mock tests for better accuracy.

South Indian Bank PO Syllabus

South Indian Bank PO Syllabus – Check the detailed SIB PO PGDBF Syllabus 2018 along with the exam pattern here.

South Indian Bank PO Syllabus

Dear Banking Exam Aspirants,

South Indian Bank has released the South Indian Bank PO PGDBF notification. South Indian Bank has invited applications for admissions to the one year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance course in Manipal Global Education Services Pvt. Ltd. (MaGE), Bangalore. The selected candidates shall undergo 8-months residential campus programme at the Manipal Global Education Services Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore (MaGE) and 4 months’ internship at a Bank Branch. On successful completion of the complete course within 1 year, the candidates would be appointed as Probationary Officer in Scale-I in the bank.

Selection Process:

• Phase I     –  Online Test
• Phase II   –  Group Discussion and/or Personal Interview

South Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern for Online Exam

Let’s take a quick look at the exam pattern of South Indian Bank Probationary Officer. The exam pattern will help you to understand the marking scheme of the paper and which section to focus more on.

 Sr. No. Name of Tests No. of Qs. Max. Marks Version Time allotted for each test (Separately timed) 1 Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 35 35 Only English 35 minutes 2 General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness 35 35 15 minutes 3 English Language 35 35 35 minutes 4 Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretations 35 35 35 minutes Total 140 140 120 minutes
• The Bank will conduct an online test for initial screening
• Question Paper is asked in the English Language
• There is a negative marking scheme of the 1/4th mark for every wrong answer

Detailed South Indian Bank PO Syllabus

Here you can find the detailed examination paper pattern and syllabus for South Indian Bank Probationary Officer PGDBF Course. It will help you in your preparation for SIB PO PGDBF course.

South Indian Bank PO Syllabus 2018 – Reasoning
• Clocks & Calendars
• Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle
• Situation Reaction Test
• Arithmetical Reasoning
• Eligibility Test
• Inserting The Missing Character
• Direction Sense Test
• Logic
• Coding-Decoding
• Data Sufficiency
• Logical Venn Diagrams
• Analogy
• Mathematical Operations
• Statement – Conclusions
• Number, Ranking & Time Sequence
• Alphabet Test
• Theme Detection
• Statement – Arguments
• Series Completion
• Logical Sequence of Words
SIB PO Syllabus – Computer Aptitude
• Averages
• Profit & Loss
• Number Series
• Pipes & Cisterns
• Simple and Compound Interest
• Partnership
• Mixture & Allegation
• Mensuration
• Data Interpretation
• Percentages
• Time & Distance
• Simplification / Approximation
• Ratio & Proportion
• Time & Work
• Problem on Ages
• Probability
South Indian Bank PO Exam Syllabus – English Language
• Grammar
• Idioms & Phrases
• Subject-Verb Agreement
• Tenses
• Word Formation
• Verb
• Comprehension
• Conclusion
• Unseen Passages
• Error Correction
• Articles
• Synonyms
• Vocabulary
• Sentence Completion
• Fill in the Blanks
• Theme detection
• Passage Completion
• Sentence Rearrangement
• Antonyms
General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness – South Indian Bank PO Syllabus 2018
• Indian Constitution Questions
• Questions on Indian Economy
• International Economy
• Countries / currencies
• History of Banking
• Current Affairs of last six months especially with reference to Banking Industry
• UNO
• Finance
• Banking Terms
• RBI Functions, Fiscal-Monetary Policies
• Awards & Honors Sports
• Marketing
• Books & Their Authors
• Agriculture
South Indian Bank PO Syllabus – Data Analysis & Interpretation
• Tabular graph
• Pie charts
• Miscellaneous Topics
• Tables
• Probability
• Bar Graphs
• Mixed Graphs
• Data Sufficiency